The Chrysopidae of Canada (Neuroptera): recent acquisitions chiefly in British Columbia and Yukon
Chrysopidae collected since 1980 chiefly in British Columbia and Yukon, Canada, and some late additions collected before 1980, are reported. Nineta gravida (Banks) is reported for the first time in the last 90 years. This is the first supplement to the inventory of Chrysopidae in Canada.
Key words: Neuroptera; Chrysopidae; Canada
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